Tuesday, April 13, 2010

It's scarf weather

... and very conveniently, I have just finished hand-stitching 26 yo-yos onto a piece of felted woolen jumper.

I decided the fate of my floral yo-yo collection on Sunday night after realising that my recent haircut has left a bit of a gap twixt collarbone and ears, a growingly noticeable gap given the recent chilly Melbourne winds.

Of course, I do have many lovely scarves already. But this scrap of felted jumper was looking so lonely, and was definitely asking for a bit of floral-pimping.

So today, I leave the house with a cosy neck.



21 comments:

  1. Wow Gina... I LOVE it! So so gorgeous :) Kx

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  2. Love it! Fab idea! Might whip one up for Melb xox

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  3. Cutalicious!
    I'm with you in the chilly ear to shoulder region.
    Bring on the scarves I say!

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  4. Oh so pretty! I don't even know how to make a yo yo (or twenty six), so I am beyond impressed.

    I love your use of 'twixt' too lol.

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  5. Cosy & very stylish I might add.
    Looks great Gina.

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  6. ohh so very stylish!
    i know about that chilly neck as we went out this morning and i remembered about the visible neck & ears :)

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  7. Chilly winds? Oh man, I'm going to freeze to death when I arrive 'down south'.

    I adore your scarf by the way!

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  8. Super cool....but warm. Need I say more?

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  9. Well I hope you were ready to get stopped frequently by passers-by asking, "where'd you get that!". Really really cute Gina x

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  10. You know, you keep doing this. Starting projects without a end plan yet it all works out beautifully. Looks great Gina, especially with that super cute cardi.

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  11. i love it, it looks fantastic. great job

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  12. We've just pulled all the winter woollens out here as well.

    I fear you may have reawakened my yoyo addiction with this one.

    Yours is stylin' !

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  13. what a cool (or warm?!) use for yo yos

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  14. ooh very pretty

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  15. http://www.enews.pk i have visited to this site and found to get the information about weather.

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  16. gorgeous! not to mention that salmon jumper- love the colour! xo m.

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  17. Ah, such a lovely fate for a floral yo-yo or 26. Nicely done you!

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  18. A stunning use of yoyos!
    And I agree with Mel. I would simply have to stop you to ask where it was from if I saw you on the street, :)

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